Monday, December 21, 2009

Stem Cells to Treat Heart Attacks

I am glad to learn that there are some Phase 2 studies being done for stem cell therapies. After the great hype by stem cell research, it is time we see some useful applications. And this is from adult stem cells which makes most of the controversies about embryonic stem cells moot.

Stem cell therapies for hearts inching closer to wide use

By Elizabeth Landau, CNN
December 18, 2009 9:34 a.m. EST
Dr. Joshua Hare at the University of Miami works on stem cell therapies for heart attack patients.
Dr. Joshua Hare at the University of Miami works on stem cell therapies for heart attack patients.

(CNN) -- If you've just had your first heart attack, doctors may one day be able to reverse the damage done with stem cell therapy.

An intravenous method of injecting stem cells into patients who had experienced heart attacks within the previous 10 days suggested that this method works to repair -- not just manage -- heart damage, a recent study found.

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9:38 AM  
Anonymous Cathy Princeton said...

I surely agree with you, stem cells are the life givers of human body and their use in the right way will lead to many new discoveries in medical sciences.
The research should go on for the betterment of the world community as prevention and cure of many diseases lie in stem cell treatments.

2:54 AM  
Blogger Alex Tang said...

Hi Cathy Princeton,
Welcome. I agree with you that stem cells has great promises in the modern treatment heart and other diseases.

3:09 AM  

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